Austrian authorities have decided to lift the 14-day quarantine obligation for persons entering country. However, all persons entering Austria will have to produce a negative PCR test for coronavirus not older than four days.
This new rules applies to all countries, including the so-called “high risk” countries to which Bosnia and Herzegovina belongs as well.
The new decision on travel rules came after the decision to impose 14-day quarantine on all non-EU citizens entering Austria was challenged before the Constitutional Court. The Constitutional Court ruled that some decisions of Austrian authorities on measures aiming to prevent spreading of the coronavirus were illegal.